NEXT WEEK'S FREE EPIC STORE GAMES LIST IS A DOOZY

The free Games offered through the Epic Games Store have rotated once again, and this week, the game on offer is Fez. Many gamers are familiar with Fez by this point, as the puzzle platformer quickly became very popular (and was very well received critically) when it was initially released in 2012. While Fez is a solid offering for the … Continue reading

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